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. >> craig: we better rethink this game. >> joel: what a game. this place is electric. west virginia really starting to believe in themselves. that's something dana holgorsen said that had left this team the last four games. the four-game losing streak, first four-game losing streak since 2001 here in morgantown. right now they believe they can win this game. you can tell. the confidence right now from west virginia is palpable at home. >> craig: west virginia has not lost five in a row since 1986. they kick away. that ball pops out. clay recovered it at the 21 yard line. >> joel: there was some confusion about what happened on the penalties. i want you to watch up here on the sidelines for oklahoma. a bystander, the official is going to be running, jogging with the play, and gets knocked over. both of them hit the ground. that's what the infraction was. and what moved the ball all the way down inside the 10 yard line. he was only a couple yards off the sidelines. you got to be all the way back off that white, all the way back behind the line so the officials can roam and do their job. that
better rethink this game. >> joel: what a game. this place is electric. west virginia really starting to believe in themselves. that's something dana holgorsen said that had left this team the last four games. the four-game losing streak, first four-game losing streak since 2001 here in morgantown. right now they believe they can win this game. you can tell. the confidence right now from west virginia is palpable at home. >> craig: west virginia has not lost five in a row since 1986. they kick away. that ball pops out. clay recovered it at the 21 yard line. >> joel: there was some confun about what happened on the penalties. i want you to watch up here on the sidelines for oklahoma. a bystander, the official is going to be running, jogging with the play, and gets knocked over. both of them hit the ground. that's what the infraction was. and what moved the ball all the way down inside the 10 yard line. he was only a couple yards off the sidelines. you got to be all the way back off that white, all the way back behind the line so the officials can roam and do their job. that's what that
a game. this place is electric. west virginia really starting to believe in themselves. that's something dana holgorsen said that had left this team the last four games. the four-game losing streak, first four-game losing streak since 2001 here in morgantown. right now they believe they can win this game. you can tell. the confidence right now from west virginia is palpable at home. >> craig: west virginia has not lost five in a row since 1986. they kick away. that ball pops out. clay recovered it at the 21 yard line. >> joel: there was some confusion about what happened on the penalties. i want you to watch up here on the sidelines for oklahoma. a bystander, the official is going to be running, jogging with the play, and gets knocked over. both of them hit the ground. that's what the infraction was. and what moved the ball all the way down inside the 10 yard line. he was only a couple yards off the sidelines. you got to be all the way back off that white, all the way back behind the line so the officials can roam and do their job. that's what that penalty was called on. >> craig: landry
: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore. mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for bal
freezing most of the maryland, most of virginia, and into west virginia. most locations, shenandoah valley, west virginia, down in the upper 20s. it is right near 30 in montgomery, prince george's, arlington, fairfax counties, most of maryland. except right near the water, it's right near 40 degrees. hour by hour, you're going to need your winter coat, but we'll have clear, dry weather and lighter breezes than we had yesterday. by 6:00 a.m., still below freezing. by noon mid-40s. briefly near 50 by midafternoon. sunrise, 6:50. sunset, 4:55. another look at your traffic on this wednesday morning with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> starting in the first 4 traffic office, still seeing a lot of cones around the area, just with construction. very light volume this time of day. not too bad getting around it. let's start in college park, if you're traveling the outer loop of the beltway. work zone there. the exit ramp is still shut down. should be opening soon. at richie marlboro road, construction, as you make your way past the exit, going to be on the right side. as you continue on
in west virginia, it's near freezing after the rain has stopped. but east where it is raining, we're generally in the 40s. we'll stay in the 40s throughout most of the day today. we'll be hovering in the upper 40s this morning back down to the mid-40s during the afternoon as we dry out. we'll have the rain ending by about 9:00 this morning. a look at the rest of the week and weekend in ten minutes. first 4 traffic with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> we're looking at dry roads. not seeing any accidents or construction as you look at van dorn. as you cross over the wilson bridge and heading towards pennsylvania avenue, no issues here. continuing around the beltway in prince george's county, looping around montgomery county here. here's a live look at connecticut avenue. inner loop and outer loop, absolutely clear. i'm back in ten minutes. aaron and eun, over to you. >>> still to come, the crime that has police trying to track down an eccentric software entrepreneur this morning. >>> plus the latest honor for >>> i'm angie goff at the news 4 live desk. a syrian jet bombe
the blue ridge and into west virginia in the 20s. but the light blue area, you can see right around northern virginia and the district and the nearby suburbs hovering around 40 degrees. and reagan national at 43. we're going to stay cold for another couple of hours. hour by hour throughout the day today. winds picking up a little bit too, gusting to around 20 miles an hour. that will be happening later this morning and during the afternoon. sunrise, that's an hour earlier. back to standard time, 6:40 this morning. sunset, that's an hour earlier too. part of getting used to. 5:03 is the sunset today. it will be right back down into the mid-40s by then. i'll show you a hometown forecast in ten minutes. now let's take a look at traffic with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> checking out the beltway for you now. if you're traveling the inner loop of the beltway at georgetown pike, a disabled box truck in the right shoulder lane. travel lanes are open. outer loop, still seeing paving taking place, blocking the left lane as you make your way towards new hampshire avenue on the o
sprinkles, not as widespread as they were yesterday. out over the panhandle of west virginia and maryland. some places getting a few snow flurries and areas in dark blue, only near freezing now, much of western maryland and western virginia where they got the heavy snow. thousands without power there. and frederick county, into washington county. thousands without power. much of maryland, much of virginia in the 30s this morning. eastern shore, milder, in the low 40s. potomac, 44. throughout the day, you will need your winter coat. the winds increase during the afternoon, partly cloudy, gusts of wind around 20 to 25 miles an hour. to the northwest as we climb to the mid 50s by mid afternoon. i'll be back with the friday evening planner, first four traffic with danella. >> good morning, tom. let's start the report looking at the rails. taking the vre/fredericksburg line, experiencing equipment problems. metro running on or close to schedule. roadways, delays at i-270. southbound 109. heavy on the brakes, from fredericksburg. you continue to germantown area. not bad at all. germantown south
democratic primary in the rural state of west virginia became a do-or-die election for the young politician. some hoped he would fail and clear the way for other candidates, but when kennedy arrived in west virginia in late april 1960, he was riding high. he had just defeated one opponent, hubert humphrey, in the wisconsin primary, and he felt his campaign was picking up speed. but he was about to confront a voting population that was 98% protestant. jack kennedy's role as the underdog in west virginia is a new one for the frontrunner for the democratic nomination. his strength may hinge on a much-publicized if little understood factor -- how his roman catholic religion will sit at the polls with west virginia's heavily protestant voters. man: he won wisconsin but barely, which meant humphrey would continue to west virginia. but the most important thing is what the press did with his win. they credited his win to the catholic vote, particularly republican catholics who became democrats one day and voted the primary. every major press report said that without the catholic support in wisconsi
. they are still doing cleanup in west virginia. snow is actually just beginning to shut off there. three days worst of snow, el elkins, west virginia. look at the snow there. there are places that will be out electricity and phone service for maybe another week. the three-foot totals coming out of west virginia has been unbelievable. this heavy wet snow also drifted and mate it tougher to measurement it is come patting every day but closer in maryland, frostburg got about 6 inches of snow. bayard, west virginia, 22 inches of snow and big meadows, virginia, 12 inches. we see a little bit of snow here in the ridge tops but even west virginia is starting to settle down and what's left of the circulation of sandy still trapped here behind this broad trough. can't move out pause of the same thing that blocked it before is still, there an area of high pressure. the high pressure will slowly move out of the way in the next couple of days and this will move out. that does not mean that we'll warm up but we'll brighten up. it will get much blighter for the weekend. temperatures today, only 55 degrees,
of northern and northeastern west virginia right now. and that will be spreading our way. but we still have some breaks in the overcast now and that's allows the temperatures to really develop into the lower 30s. culpeper manassas, bin chester, 34. a chilly might be a little bit of frost in spots over here. andrews is at 40 with 44 in easton and also 40 in gaithersburg. this afternoon becoming partly if not mostly sunny. breezy. northwest winds up to 20 miles an hour. upper 40s in the northern shenandoah valley to about 55 in annapolis and 53 in leesburg and frederick. it's 5:00 a.m. straight up. sam a.m. it's friday but it's not saturday -- monika samtani it's friday but it's not saturday yet. >>> almost there. headed the work early this morning, you are good to go. i'm happy to say especially on the beltway on the west side of town,. here's what it looks like at the gw parkway. you see all the green heading to tysons corner and beyond into annandale and springfield. toll roads 66 are all pretty much the same this morning. nice and light. we'll take a live look outside at the american legi
without power in western maryland and parts of west virginia. partly cloudy sky. mostly clear east of washington and around the chesapeake bay. all of the areas in dark blue in the cold 30s. need your winter coat this morning, and the winds picking up. we're talking windchill later this morning. low 40s, a light blue, reagan national at 43. storm team 4, hour by hour, winds increasing, near 50 by noon. mid afternoon, the mid 50s. sunrise, 7:37. sunset, 6:06. and sunset, right back down into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. winds dim ishing a bit tonight. and daniela with a look at traffic now. >>> good morning, first alert traffic. start along i-270. travel up, travel lanes are open. a live look in the germantown area, nice and clear. southbound, germantown road, no issues, northbound as you connect to the beltway both directions, nice and clear. inner loop, are you clear as you make your way from i-270 to i-95. outer loop, new hampshire, that work zone gone, all lanes open. back to you. we're back in ten minutes with talk on rails. >>> amtrak getting back up to speed between d.c.
of candidates for federal office. terry is on the presidential ballot in west virginia, but not in maryland, virginia or the district. in its brief to the fcc, wusa art its signal does not reach west virginia, and therefore it should not be required to run terry's ads. the commission ruled that wusa's signal reaches enough in west virginia to meet the requirement. 9news viewed the six commercials on terry's campaign site as of last week. all were too graphic to be shown in the newscast, with images of aborted fetuses or beheadings in the middle east. in a statement, wusa said we disagree with the decision by the fcc staff to require us to broadcast advertisements for mr. terry, who is not running for office in washington, d.c., maryland or virginia. we will be asking the fcc to reconsider its decision. >>> we have continuing coverage of the upcoming national and local elections on our website. just go to wusa9.com, then click on the campaign 2012 banner at the top of our home page. >>> dc council member mary chai is holding a here on signs from traffic cameras. dc mayor has moved to reduce
of western maryland and into west virginia. in the dark blue areas, the 20s. it's in the 20s most of maryland, most of virginia, and the eastern shore. except right near the bay waters and the tidal potomac where temperatures are in the mid-30s right in the waters. it's going to stay cold this morning by 6:00 a.m. temperatures still in the 20s. and then by noontime by the lunch hour, we'll be in the mid-40s. sunrise in the 20s to 30s. by sunset at 5:02 we'll be down into the low 40s. i'll return in ten minutes with a hometown forecast. your first 4 traffic this tuesday morning. good morning, danella. >> good morning, tom. >>> still getting information on the accident along prince william parkway at balls ford roadblocking the intersection. it is involving a tractor-trailer. for now you cannot get past that intersection. avoid it if possible. check things out on i-66 if this is your commute this morning. not bad at all. outside clear as well. here's a live look at glebe. no issues to report. if you're taking the rails, i'm check them. so far they're running with no reported delays. eun, back o
cross is deploying volunteers and resources to west virginia where sandy pushed over 3 feet of snow. here at the gay lord, this is a very large parking lot at the national harbor. t-- the gaylord. they will have breakfast at 6:00 this morning and then hit the road around 8:00. reporting live, john gonzalez. >> thanks so much. authorities warning about the likelihood of scams in the wake of hurricane sandy. you should watch out for a bogus charity is seeking donations for hurricane victims. and you could be vulnerable to home repair scams. used cars being sold could be exploited. look for those as well. >> president obama and mitt romney making a final push for votes. president campaigning today in ohio. mitt romney will be in ohio and wisconsin. president obama focused his closing argument on bringing about change and mitt romney countered that argument. >> i know what change looks like because i fought forest. you have too. after all we have been through together, we snot give up now. >> america finally needs real change that was promised. preclude york city mayor bloomberg endorsi
of the pennsylvania border, panhandle of west virginia. temperatures right in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees. that includes montgomery county, prince george's, arlington, fairfax, just about all of virginia and maryland. right near the bay waters for the tidal potomac. a few locations in the low 20s to upper teens out in north central west virginia. by 7:00 a.m., bright sun and a blue sky. still near freezing and a light wind. winds may pick up by noontime in the mid-40s. by midafternoon upper 40s. by late afternoon a few clouds coming in back down to the mid-40s after sunset. sunrise at 6:30. sunset at 4:55. first 4 traffic on this wednesday morning with danella. good morning. >> good morning. thanks, tom. >>> we're going to start with i-270 as you make your way southbound at finger ford road 80. earlier crash there still causing delays. it just moved to the shoulder lane. luckily, your travel lanes are open, but you are just sluggish out of frederick. let's head over if you're traveling in the manassas area. prince william parkway at ell g wellington road. an accident out of the lanes. ch
executive speaking in silver spring this afternoon, but it could be a kick in the teeth to west virginia. >> reporter: i'm scott broom in charlestown, west virginia. after question 7 in maryland expanding gambling, what's next here? and it's not just the casino that's a loser. today jefferson county's emergency services department was busy saving the life of a man who fell from a rooftop. the department's entire $2.1 million budget comes from, you guessed it, gambling revenue. the director is doug pittenger. >> if we were to take a loss of revenue, we'd have to make cutbacks. >> reporter: it was gambling revenue that built the new emergency services building, gambling money that makes up 25% of jefferson county government's entire $28 million budget. patsy nolan is president of the county commission. >> it is very important. it's grown in its importance to jefferson county and we are going to have to learn to do more with less. >> reporter: turns out gambling revenue here is actually a life and death issue. in charlestown west virginia, scott broom, 9 news now. >>> those long lines le
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is on the presidential ballot in west virginia, but not in maryland, virginia or the district. in its brief wusa argued its signal doesn't reach west virginia and therefore it should not be required to run terry's ads. the commission argued the signal reaches enough of people in west virginia west virginia to meet the requirements. images of aborted fetuses or beheadings in the middle east were in the content. in the statement wusa said we disagree with the decision. mr. terry is not running for office in washington, d.c., maryland or virginia. we will be asking the fcc to reconsider its decision. >>> a fairfax county judge is expected to stipulate poll watchers cannot leave their seats or talk to voters inside the voting sites. poll watchers are there to answer questions voters have bat ballot. >>> jessica doyle is back with more on a campaign against debt. >> reporter: would you believe your share of the national debt is $141,000? that is how all taxpayers individually as part of the more than $16 trillion in debt the nation has currently rung up, it is only going to get worse unless something is don
:00 in virginia. >> a lot people are coming in to cast their ballots with a sense of purpose. they know political experts believe that loudoun county, prince william county could be vital in determining which west virginia goes. virginia could be crucial in determining who wins the race. across virginia, it is the same story. >> i have never seen it like this. >> voters in arlington eager to cast their ballots endured long lines outside and crowds inside polling places. >> it is one time a year. i can sacrifice onetime year. >> they know this is viewed as crucial. there is a sense of pride in loudoun county. >> it feels good. >> my vote counts. >> turnout in some places accedes 2008. >> turnout has been very good. >> some of those were determined to vote spent a good chunk of the day doing so. >> some people waited for 3.5 hours today. >> we did find an occasional look, especially around midday. >> it went pretty well. it was quick, fast. the problem at all. >> these virginia voters are thankful the weather cooperated. >> it is not too cold, it is not as bad as it could be. >> a lot of people co
near west virginia a tiny little circle and it then that point* look out when the river is 12 miles wide and in between there is history. it is where our nation in europe. it also has the nation's capital. >>host: people think about the white house and the potomac river. why is that? >> they think of washington d.c. are the national monument why do they think of of potomac river? >> for those in the area is seen as an obstacle as they drive over or under it i wanted to stress we have an incredible natural resource there are very few levies we have bald eagles it is not solely clean but we work on that and by the way we get 90% of the drinking water comes out of the river. >> talk about the historical significance can you give us examples? >> mount vernon that washington known to because if you live there you got to pick the site of the nation's capital. now vernon is the most significant building on the potomac historic way. >> in your research i'm guessing you spent time on the river? >> i went to s
. >>> west virginia reeling. they lost three straight. west virginia has given up an average of 50 points in the last four weeks. you think the redskins defense is bad? how about that? they lose 55-34 to west virginia -- or i should say to oklahoma state. west virginia really struggling here. navy looking to win its sixth straight at troy state. but robinson says choo choo, and b. j. mckinney says i'll take that 62 yards. troy wins 41-31. navy falls to 6-4. >>> all right, on to soccer now. d.c. united about to do something difficult. how about come back after a thrilling win and focus on the job at hand. not easy. the club won its first playoff game since 2007 in dramatic fashion on thursday. tomorrow they'll be short- handed in houston and here's why. that guy has a red card for an illegal tackle and then got tossed. that means you miss the nextgame. also without andy who threw a ball at a ref and a two-game penalty. down a level, maryland and umc set to play at the championship at the soccer plex in germantown tomorrow. the terps beat unc in overtime at home. they know this is going to
in much of west virginia. still raining in the eastern panhandle around martinsburg and charlestown and through the shenandoah valley. it's ended farther west. closer to washington, light rain much of montgomery, prince george's, fairfax counties in the district of columbia as well. much of southern maryland, northern neck, and to our south light rain. howard county, frederick county moderate rain passing to the north of us. temperatures are chilly. it's only the low and mid-40s. what a dramatic drop from yesterday afternoon. some places it dropped 30 degrees since yesterday afternoon when we were around 70. we are going to stay chilly throughout the day today. here's your hour by hour forecast. sunrise 6:49. we'll still be wet through about 9:00 with some of the rain tapering off and ending by then. staying in the 40s the rest of the day as we dry out. and a little sun may break out mid to late afternoon. i'll be back in ten minutes with a look at the next seven days. now a look at traffic with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> a fender bender. along rockville pike. back
're waiting for another state. we know, gwen, they called-- we know they've-- there is a call, west virginia, for mitt romney. not a surprise. that's a state that went for john mccain four years ago. so now, mitt romney has been projected to win three states, indiana, west virginia, and kentucky. >> ifill: and west virginia, of course, was last won by a democrat eons ago and that was probably john kennedy. its been a long time since west vi inia was a democratic state. and bill clinton won west virginia, that's right, mark. >> and jimmy carter won itn 1980. >> ifill: i'm completely wrong. >> woodruff: we have plenty of time to get it straight. just to check in with mark and david quickly, no surprises from what we've seen. these are all whats expected. >> you're calling it this early in the tight it's a safe state for somebody. oe are beginning to>> see some indications. todayhe last few days and the president's job approval is 49, 5 that's i good sign for the president. mark and i talked about this on the "newshour." that's a very good predictor how a president is going to do. to be around
of the highlands of west virginia. that little patch of lavender is in the upper teens there around canaan valley towards elkins, west virginia, at 29 degrees. reagan national, on the warmer waters of the potomac, it's at 36 and also a bit warmer around the bay, where temperatures are around 40 degrees. we do have a clear sky on tap the rest of the day. here's your storm team 4 hour by hour forecast for the day ahead. right around 30 degrees by 6:00, 7:00 this morning, below freezing. by noontime, mid-40s. bright and sunny during the afternoon with light breezes and near 50 degrees. i'm back in ten minutes with a hometown forecast. first 4 traffic with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> checking on the roads in our area, things looking really good right now. yesterday was a tough commute. we'll see how today shapes up. so far, great start. traveling along bw parkway, nice and clear in maryland, as you make your way between the baltimore beltway and capital beltway. very light volume. a live look past 198 you can see in both directions, traveling northbound and southbound, issue free. sou
-a-a-a-a-a-a-aflac! [ male announcer ] help protect your family at aflac.com. [ beatboxing ] >>> west virginia senatoroe manchin another democrat who held on last night but did anger some in his party along the way. senator manchin joins me now. congratulations on your re-election, senator, and i know it's -- >>hank you. appreciate it. >> but you didn't say up until the last minute whom you were going to vote for. you are a democrat. can we ask, did you vote for barack obama? >> here's the thing that we've talked about, the election this has been so divisive and we're thinking aboute and bringing the country together and i'm committed to working with the president to rebuild this country and i will do the same if governor romney would have. it's time we start healing the country and and pat and i have worked across the line on bills, cosponsored it. we have to start healing and bringing this country together. >> what were your concerns about the president? why were you reluctant to endorse him? >> i didn't feel compelled. i had problems with the fiscal cliff that we face. i really feel we can do more an
into the panhandle of west virginia. 26 martinsburg and charlestown. frederick, maryland at 27 degrees right now and your hometown forecast in frederick, temperatures staying in the 30s through 9:00, 10:00 this morning. gradually climbing up into the low 50s. again, partly sunny to mostly sunny sky for today. back into the low 50s as we head toward mid to late afternoon and back into the chilly 30s by 8:00, 9:00 tonight. a little bit on the cool side for you folks in frederick but not too bad. going to show you a lot more of the country than usual because there are so many people traveling to and fro. on the west coast where the worst weather is by far today. rain up and down the california coast line. across the middle of the country a little light snow in the dakotas. no big storm system anywhere to worry about. some rain showers out across parts of the florida peninsula. back here at home in the mid-atlantic nothing to worry yourself about for travel plans for this weekend as high pressure is in charge and this main area of high pressure will be in charge of our weather not just for today but
responders from our area will head to parts of west virginia that were pounded with snow. six vehicles from the red cross are headed to the mountainous areas of west virginia, where people have seen three feet of snow. that has not only caused power outages, but also causing flooding concerns as snow is beginning melt. >>> at a time millions are without power, some utility crews are being turned away. crews from alabama headed to help get power back on jersey shore. these are pictures of those crews, they can't do any work there since they are not union employees. added to frustration, the alabama crews got calls for their happy in seaside heights. they are now headed to new york to help with recovery efforts there. >>> 4:41 on this friday morning. the weekend finally here. a live look outside and clouds and cold temperatures getting into it. >> and meteorologist tom kiran has the forecast. >> good morning. you need your winter coat. even colder than yesterday, down to around 40. much of the region down into the 30s. no sprinkles around. we had the storm, formerly known as sandsy, drifting
. much of west virginia and into the ohio valley where temperatures are right around 30 to the 20s in parts of michigan and indiana right now. that cold air coming in on a blustery northwest wind will be with us through the day. we're going to stay in the 40s throughout the rest of the daylight hours. and then by this evening plummet all the way down to near 40 by midnight. the rain we have now should be tapering off and ending by about 9:00 and cloudy for your lunch hour at noontime. chilly and breezy through the rest of the afternoon. maybe a little sun breaking out mid to late afternoon. i'm back in ten minutes for a look at storm team 4 radar. first 4 traffic with danella. good morning. >> good morning. >>> still pretty quiet out. a lot of people about to head out on the roads now. no congestion. no reports of accidents, and that's great because the roads are pretty wet. bw parkway, making your way between the baltimore beltway and the capital beltway, your travel lanes are open. even as you continue on d.c. 395 clear as well. i-95 in maryland as you pass 216, travel lanes are
in illinois, massachusetts, maryland, and elsewhere. romney in oklahoma, south carolina, and west virginia among others. again, the projections give obama 57 electoral votes to romney's 40. again, they both hope their number will add up to at least 270. we'll start to see the numbers add up. we'll bring you the latest later in the program. >>> let's check on how the people in the financial sector are looking at the election. >> as investors are welcoming the end of the election race, regardless of who wins because uncertainties will no longer dampen the market and this pushed up tuesday's new york stock prices. buying orders were placed on a wide range of shares and the dow jones industrial average rose over 170 points at one stage and a key index and ended the day at 13,245. that's up 1% from monday's close. president obama's victory would probably mean continued monetary easing to support a recovery, and if republican contender mitt romney wins, he will likely deregulate banking and other industries. either way, the u.s. economy would get a boost and that would be a positive factor for s
's the right thing when you look at the amount of resources that are leaving maryland going to west virginia, pennsylvania and delaware. we are looking at a half billion dollars a year and all of those things together, west virginia, $200 million alone. we have needs in maryland and our people are going to other places. we need to keep that money here. i think the citizens spoke is a very controversial matter, and ultimately i think people recognize the gambling is in maryland and we need to manage it and control it in a way that provide the resources in the state of maryland and not other jurisdictions. >> there's new legislation on the table. antismoking legislation, explain that to me. >> the two efforts that are going on, one at the state level where there's an attempt which i'm backing to increase the cigarettes by 1 are dollars per -- 1 dollar per pack to discourage teenagers from smoking, to provide additional resources to help and a variety of things that smoking now obviously affects in terms of health. that's at the state level. at the local level, there's expansion that was sent t
over 20 miles per hour in the mountains back into west virginia and extreme southwestern west virginia. closer to home they're dying down slowly. our highest wind gust was 34, down to 24 now in the last hour, 17 mile-per-hour wind gust in both gaithersburg and leesburg and frederick but still a 28 mile-per-hour wind gust in martinsburg. so it's chilly. if you head outside, dress for the 30s. it's 15 downtown, mainly in the 40s in leesburg, 36 in manassas. we'll come back and talk about when the winds will go away and when the temps will go back up. >>> sentencing day today for the man who shot and killed six people and wounded 13 more including former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords. today in tucson, arizona, jared loughner was sent to prison for the rest of his life. giffords faced her shooter for the first time in court today and her husband speaking for her told loughner, "you tried to create a world as dark as yours, but you failed." one by one those victims addressed the gunman. >> i believe that i can find peace and closure in meaningful positive action and in compassion
. >>> west virginia visiting oklahoma state mountaineers coach used to be on mike gundy's staff. pick it up second quarter, cowboys up 21-7. gino smith will find tavon austin. guys, that's pure speed. west virginia within seven. fourth quarter now, oklahoma state up 48-34, trying to add to that. hands off to jeremy smith, and that's even more speed. 21 yards to mountaineers fall to the cowboys, 55-34. >>> navy down in alabama visiting the trojans. pick it up in the third. navy down ten. keenan reynolds out to gigi greene. you like that, guys? gigi is gone, gone. 59 yards. bye-bye. 31-28. navy pulls to within three. the trojans battle back. fourth quarter, troy in its own -- detroit in its own handoff. faking the handoff. the four-yard touchdown, they beat navy 41-31. >>> d.c. united's first trip back to the post season in five years has been memorable to say the least. two ejections, a goal, snowstorm delay, and will still missing their best player. now that most storied franchise in mls history is back in the conference final. i'd advise you to win at home tomorrow because ben olsen's team
will taper off. you can see the clouds break up in western pennsylvania and into west virginia. we should get some sunshine later today. 40's to start today. rain likely this morning. partly cloudy this afternoon. clearing and colder tonight, " 30 low 30's. temperatures will stay below average. 50's on wednesday. it will be dry going into the beginning of the weekend. next chance for rain on sunday and monday. >> two retailers not waiting for black friday. target and toys "r" us will open their doors on thanksgiving night. target is promising deep discounts on electronics. toys "r" us is offering free good begs for the first 200 customers in line -- free goody bags. how can you make the most of your gift cards? >> the gift card game has changed over the last few years. a new survey shows consumers still need to be aware of what they are buying. 63 gift cards were not look tat. 55 from retailers and restaurants. purchase fees range from $2.95 to $6.95. the trade-off is more freedom. >> the flexibility it gives the person you give the gift card to. it limits it but there are fewer fees. >> two-
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ferry, west virginia. if you have a deal for our viewers, i would love to hear from you on facebook. i'm jessica doyle, 9news now. >>> more top bosses have stepped down from the british broadcasting corps amid tough questions -- corps amid tough questions over the child sex abuse scandal. we get the latest now from monika. >> reporter: the bbc denies it's in crisis but more bosses are walking out the revolving door. the head of news and her deputy stepped aside monday with the world famous broadcasting giant at the center of a child sex abuse scandal. >> i have decided that the honorable thing to do is to step down from the post of director general. >> reporter: he resigned over the weekend after the bbc's investigative program wrongly accused a top politician of sexually abusing children. the flagship show incriminating 230r78er -- former prime minister thatcher's -- [indiscernible] this overhaul at the bbc is happening amid a widespread child abuse scandal that reportedly took place inside the news network premises. allegedly 300 children were abused. now they're trying to determine
. suburbs down in the 40s, panhandle of west virginia. southern maryland around the tidal potomac and the tid water region of the bay, generally in the low 50s. this morning, here's your hour by hour forecast. by 6:00 a.m., may have patchy fog forming. upper 60s by midafternoon with increasing clouds rolling through and getting more humid too. a look at tonight, that's in ten minutes. a look at traffic now with danella. good morning. >> good morning. thanks, tom. >>> checking the roads for you, let's start along 395. an early morning crash blocking the southbound lanes. as you travel 395 southbound at seminary road, your three right lanes are blocked. over to road work on the dulles toll road, what's going to happen is from the access road, you're going to have to get in the toll lanes and follow directions from that area. around the beltway, outer loop at central avenue, can't see it on camera, there it is. construction blocking the left lane and continues on the outer loop this time as you make your way to university boulevard. you're going to be forced down to just one lane, ev
waters. reagan national at 35. elsewhere, we are down into the 20s most of maryland, virginia, west virginia, the eastern shore. hometown forecast, quantico, prince william county by 6:00 a.m. at the freezing mark and mostly clear. we'll have sunshine for the rest of the day. why the noon hour should be in the mid-40s. here's the hour by hour forecast for the entire region today. great weather for getting out and voting. you'll just need a coat. thankfully, we don't have a lot of win, only around 5 to 10 miles an hour. we'll have a lot of sunshine. by midafternoon, we ought to climb into the upper 40s. by late afternoon, low 40s by 6:00 p.m. clouds increasing tonight ahead of a coastal area of low pressure. i'll have the latest on that and the paegets on our region along with the seven day outlook. that will come up in ten minutes at 4:51. danella, how's traffic? >> good morning. >>> still quiet in our area. work zones set up. not bad because the volume is light. you have to pass a work zone. use caution. no major delays at all. let's start with the outer loop of the beltway at 66.
than 26,000 outages in maryland and just under 79,000 in west virginia. >>> novec has 380 sandy-related outages. >>> and while things are quickly returning to normal in our area, it is going to be a while before new york recovers. the city's road to recovery is literally gridlocked. subway trains began rolling a short time ago for the first time in 3 1/2 days. but service is limited. 14 out of the 23 subway lines are now running, but only in limited areas. multiple tunnels and stations remain flooded. authorities say that it will take a week just to pump out the water and then crews will begin assessing the damage and making repairs. >>> most of new jersey's barrier islands remain off limits after sandy. the massive storm left communities along the jersey shore devastated. allison harmlin reports that gas shortages across the state are now a big problem. >>reporter: people who live on long beach island are being forced to stay away, like many of new jersey's barrier islands, there's massive damage everywhere. homes are in pieces and huge amounts of sand are in the streets. re
and we can track the disturbance into west virginia and into western maryland now with rain and mountain snow showers. they had ton of snow. garrett county more than 2 feet of snow from sandy and you saw earlier the red cross is sending out trucks to help with the relief effort. culpeper is 42. annapolis at 45. on the flip side mid 40s there by the way and 40 leesburg. you'll need the jackets and gloves this morning. jackets and sunglasses this afternoon with highs near 50 in the shenandoah valley. to about 54 here in washington. let's go over to monika. it is 6:00 a.m. volume is up? >>> yep. >> problems yet? >> volumes are up. i'm really happy to say that it is just volume and just good news after such a rough week. on the inbound side of i-66 a trash truck fire. everyone wants to receive what's going on. 37 miles an hour through that area out of manassas into centrevillement then the pace picks up as you head for vienna. fairfax and the beltway. let's take you over to a live picture in that area. actually no, to northbound 395. inbound 66 at sudley street. no problems as i said. just s
schools in pendleton county, west virginia, are closed because of power outage issues. >>> time for weather and traffic. tom kierein, you're talking about falling back and falling down. it has been a busy weather week for you. >> for all of us. it's been an amazing team effort. we are still dealing with some of the effects of sandy. it's a huge storm. it's weakened a lot, but it is still spinning away over eastern canada. the center of circulation still spinning 500 miles away from us, but we're still feeling thefects -- the effects of a few passing sprinkles. the system dragging down some cold air from northern canada and bringing it all the way down here. these areas in dark blue are in the 30s. in fact, it's at or below freezing still where the heaviest snow fell in west virginia and in western maryland. around the metro area, a few pockets of 30s in southern maryland, but all above freezing. there will be a chill in the air. maybe a sprinkle this morning. a lot of cloudiness through noontime. highs reaching mid 50s. i'm back in ten minutes with another update. here's danella
to be killed, five people in west virginia. some areas got hit with more than 2 feet of snow. one of the victims, a republican candidate for the west virginia state house. he was killed in an accident. still there you are seeing new jersey video. now you are seeing west virginia and the snowy situation brought on by sandy. the tragic scope of that part of the storm, two ofthose deaths happened in barber county. and joining us cindy heart, director of emergency services. thanks for joining us. i know it's a difficult day. thanks for joining us by phone. >> you're welcome. >> i want to talk about the fatalities most. some of us felt like we dodged the brunt of the storm. but reports coming out of the tragedies happening in west virginia. can you tell us about the deaths, please? >> we've had 4 total deaths in two days. two of them have been confirmed to be storm related. one was the candidate that you were speaking about just a minute ago. he was trying to clear his driveway on his property and an accident happened. i'm not sure about the details. >> that is john rose senior who did
. >> i am not a witch. >> there's a west virginia race today, in which shelley capitoe, jared may not run for election. he's about 75 years old, but she in a poll in west virginia, very troubling poll for senator rockefeller in august was leading him 48 to 44. very bad poll to be in that situation and the republicans are saying she's not conservative enough. >> this is fascinating, but i think you're right to spotlight it. >> just this moment. it became national news. >> are we on national television? >> number one, the cultural war is over because we won. tolerant people won. liberal people won. women won. what you see is a challenge to people like capito, who on nonculture war issues, pretty normal conservatives and the tea party which claimed to be so obsessed with deficits now, is starting to flirt with these other litmus tests. if they want to keep going this to themselves, they are going to continue to undermine people who are politically strong. rockefeller's a big name in west virginia. >> and so, jim demint comes out an says we can't support her. do they know that that haven't el
near 50 here in washington. near 50 also in montgomery county. martinsburg, west virginia, already at 47 degrees and your planner for today, temperature in the low 50s here. we'll be real close, maybe even above the 70-degree mark before the day is done, and staying mild overnight tonight as well. we'll talk about tomorrow and all the big changes and the rain drops arrive. coming up. >>> this morning, people around the country are celebrating veterans day. people are honoring the countless men and women who fought for our country. >> here in the nation's capital, it's a somber day of remembrance and a day of giving back. derrick ward is on the national mall where several events are scheduled today. >> reporter: we are here at the world war ii memorial, where an event will be getting under way any minute now. may have actually started. there's going to be a wreath laying here and notes from the keynote speaker that tloed this -- led to this memorial. this is a group from illinois. they'll be participating as well. for these people that take part in this freedom flight, the quick tim
later this afternoon. it is still cold out in western maryland and high land west virginia where they have all that snow. still only in the 30s there. closer to washington, the areas in green are beginning to climb into the 50s. it's 50 at reagan national. photos, new ones of the heavy snow devastation in western maryland. that will be coming up in a minute. we'll have the seven day outlook as well. >> can't wait to see the pictures, tom. >> we are going to check the midday traffic for the first time. >> yes, danella sealock can tell us how it's going on the roadway. >> we are seeing effects of sandy on the roads if you are traveling in the district. 200 trees down in the area. if you are making the commute on local roadways, be careful, use caution and look out for downed trees. also, traveling up new york avenue in northwest, the right lane is blocked by water repair. i's going to last four to six hours from now. word of construction on the american legion bridge on the outer loop. the left lane is blocked. back to you. >> thanks. >>> we are following a developing story right n
in west virginia are spendingh. millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore. >>> tomorrow on fox nfl sunday some games to look out for include the cardinals in lambeau taking on the packers. the panthers up against the redskins, bears at the titans and the vikings taking on the seahawks. coverage begins with the "built ford tough fox nfl sunday pregame show" at noon eastern, 9:00 a.m. pacific. >>> welcome to the "at&t postgame show." it has a high-scoring affair indeed at the coliseum where the ducks defeated the trojans 62-51. oregon's kenjon barner takes this one to the end zone and sets the single-game touchdown record against usc with f
a west virginia voice to washington rather than those washington voices telling west virginians who and how they should decide to send to the united states senate. i'm up for the race. i know it will be a big challenge. it tells me if i'm getting hit from both sides, i must be doing something right. >> greta: the discussion about sort of remaking the republican party, that it needs to examine itself, look at itself, but there are a lot of people in the republican party who don't want to do that, who still think that there's certain principles to adhere to. so what is the future of the republican party? how do you see it? >> i think the future of the party is very bright. i was very frustrated in the last election with all the talk about women not being interested in the programs that the gop has to offer, because for me, as a woman, a mother, a grandmother, a sandwich generation taking care of my parents, i see the republican ideas for growth and opportunity and jobs as a much better platform for the future opportunities for our children and grandchildren, and to keep the programs t
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